Sector Strike: Fun, Free, Fast-Paced Shooter
Article by George Norman
On 06 Dec 2012
What do you get when you combine modern 3D looks with classic shoot’em up action? You get the fun, free, and fast-paced Sector Strike game for Android.

I have always been a big fan of space shooters. I don’t know why, but the thought of controlling a spaceship, fighting through waves and waves of enemies, and upgrading the spaceship so I could be a more efficient destruction machine always put a bit smile on my face. With that in mind, I am very please to present Sector Strike, a free game offered by Clapfoot Inc to Android users all over the world. This is a fast-paced, exciting, futuristic shoot’em up game that you will find hard to put away.


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The goal in the Sector Strike game is a simple one: destroy everything in sight. You are put in control of a space ship, you must blast through waves and waves of enemies, you have to pick up the powerups that show up when you destroy the enemies, and you must collect resources (credits and energy) to spend on upgrades. You start off with the phase cannon, thermal torpedoes, thermal lance, and O.R.B (Orbital Robotic Buddie) and you can upgrade these weapons.

Phase cannon -> neutron cannon -> pulse cannon -> positron cannon
Thermal torpedoes -> plasma torpedoes -> proton torpedoes -> gamma torpedoes.
Thermal lance -> gamma beam -> phase beam -> photon beam.
O.R.B. -> dual O.R.B. -> tri O.R.B. -> multi O.R.B..

You could also purchase passive equipment (tractor beam, critical hit, recharge, higgs shielding) and consumables (auxiliary power, hellfire missiles, reinforcements).

I have to say that I love this game’s retro gameplay, its modern 3D graphics, and the original Boneyard Audio soundtrack that plays in the background. I’m also a big fan of the cloud backup support (save game data is backed up to the cloud) and of the price tag – it’s free, as I’ve already mentioned.

Sector Strike is available for download on the Google Play Store here.

Additional information on Sector Strike is available here.





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